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oh, blackbird with a crooked wing 

all broken midnight feathered thing, shall you only sigh to sky? i crimp your caw to heart and i  long to loan you sting of bee and yawn of moonor paper dragon fire, the bold desire to build your           (wings)    self of steam.  ::It’s Quadrille Monday over at dverse, … Continue reading

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Tchotchke Stewing Softly by the Heat of the Sun

. The imp -ortance of being earnest. A chicken, when the car won’t go. Chicago in the dead of winter. The origin of the species of a mermaid pirate gypsy rebel heart. The start of several novels I will never … Continue reading

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Four and Twenty

“Apple of My Eye,” by Andrea Kowch They ain’t like crows, you know, with murder …………………….on their mind. But there ain’t nothin’ dainty ’bout ’em, neither, ……………….clusterin’ in that giant cloud, ……………………………all eyes on my pies. Apples have gone ……………….a … Continue reading

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